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Desert and Temperate Woodland And Shrubland. Victor, Anna, Carl, Mario, and Bruce . Desert. What is a desert?. A desert is a landscape or region that receives and keeps an extremely low amount of water. Abiotic factors. Temperature Variable Hot Precipitation Low.

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Desert and Temperate Woodland And Shrubland

Victor, Anna, Carl, Mario, and Bruce


Desert


What is a desert?

  • A desert is a landscape or region that receives and keeps an extremely low amount of water.


Abiotic factors

  • Temperature

  • Variable

  • Hot

  • Precipitation

  • Low


Climabe Distribution


Desert classification

  • Polar deserts (cold deserts) can be covered in snow or ice

  • Most non-polar deserts are hot in the day and chilly at night because of the lack of the moderating effect of water.


Why these plants could survive in the desert?

  • They have small leaves or no lives at all butcould keep water well.


Desert plants

  • prickly pear

  • Desert willow


Desert animals

  • lizard

  • spider


It's a camel


  • 沙枣narrow-leaved oleaster


Temperate Woodland And Shrubland


Abiotic factors

  • Temperature

  • Hot in summers

  • Cool in winters

  • Precipitation

  • Dry in summers

  • Moist in winters


distribution

  • Mediterranean coast

  • Douthern Europe

  • North America

  • South Africa

  • Australia


Biotic factors

  • Plants

  • Plants in this biome have adapted to drought. They have tough waxy leaves that resist water loss.

  • Animals

  • Animals tend to be browsers that eat varied diets of grasses, leaves, shrubs,and other vegetation


  • 风信子Hyacinthus


  • 灵猫 Viverridae


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